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Also I have noticed occasionally texts take a long time to send. There is a massive delay.
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Switched over to project fi on Friday, working great so far. I like being able to sms from gmail/hangouts web app too. Haven't tried the wifi calling yet to see how that goes.
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It seems to use Sprints network the most. I bought the FiSwitch app and can choose what network I'm on.
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It seems to use Sprints network the most. I bought the FiSwitch app and can choose what network I'm on.
It's between Sprint and TMobile, right? I'm so close to switching to Fi, just trying to get past the mental hurdle of limiting my data usage to 3gb per month. Does Fi care one way or another about this switch app?
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I also installed FiSwitch but mostly to see what towers its on. In and around Olathe I haven't had to manually switch and its been working great on the nexus 6 and just letting it do its own thing. Did one call over wifi with no complaints. Some months I use a lot of data and some months I don't which is why I switched, got tired of changing my plan around with Verizon. I just opted for the lowest data package and I'll pay for whatever I use.

All the FiSwitch does is the same thing manual phone commands would do by pressing a bunch of buttons on the dial pad which forces it to switch towers, so I wouldn't see why google would care.

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I am finally starting to get used to being a WiFi whore...

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It's between Sprint and TMobile, right? I'm so close to switching to Fi, just trying to get past the mental hurdle of limiting my data usage to 3gb per month. Does Fi care one way or another about this switch app?
Not that I know of. There are 2 apps of it kind out there. I have had quite a few dropped calls lately, and it seems to favor Sprint everywhere.
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At work my phone spends most of the time on sprint, I'm in the basement so they get better signal there. Outside of work I'm normally on T-Mobile in Olathe.
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I just requested an invite. I'm only paying $40/month for unlimited talk/text and shared 15gb data on AT&T. However, I only used .3gb this month and a little over 1gb last month. The highest I've used in 2014-2015 was 3.3gb so I think overall I can save a little bit of money.

Plus I can expense $25/mo through work for phone service. So I'll only be paying for how much data I use if I switch. I'm mainly just sick of AT&T. Three different phones and I get horrible, horrible data speeds about 75% of the time. Good thing I'm a wi-fi whore.
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I just drove from Olathe to Omaha and back, streamed music the entire way so thats a plus!
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The Experiment Is Over: Google Opens Its Project Fi Wireless Service To All








Google Nexus phones during the launch of its latest range of Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P in New Delhi, India in October 2015. (AP Photo/Tsering Topgyal)



Google’s Project Fi service, launched last year amid much hype about disrupting the wireless industry, has moved beyond the experimental stage to court mainstream consumers across the United States.


The company is dropping its invite-only requirement to access the service best known for its transparency on pricing, and making it accessible to anyone, Google said in a blog post.


In an attempt to make it more attractive to a new wave of consumers, it’s also throwing in the LG-manufactured Nexus 5X for $199 for new sign ups, a significant discount from the $349 that the 16 GB-version of the phone currently costs. (The phone is already being sold at a discount from the $490 it cost at launch in September 2015).


Project Fi has boasted a simple pricing plan to challenge the often-confusing services offered by traditional carriers, particularly when it comes to paying for data.


A customer of Fi will pay $20 per month for voice, text and Wi-Fi tethering, and then another $10 per gigabyte of data used.


While most carriers will charge a fixed, monthly fee for data, Fi customers also only pay for the data they use, and then are credited with any data left over. So if they pay $20 for calls, plus $30 for 3 GB of data but only end up using 2 GB, they’ll get $10 credited back on their account at the end of the month.











Crucially for those who travel a lot, Google keeps a flat rate on its data prices across 120 countries outside the U.S.
Calls on Fi are made over Wi-Fi by default if that’s available, and then switch to a cellular network rented from Sprint or T-Mobile when a user moves out of range of a Wi-Fi signal.
For now, the service only works with a limited range of Google’s Nexus devices (the Nexus 6, 5X and 6P) thanks to their unique SIM that can access the two different cellular networks.


The managers of Project Fi say they’ve been observing how Project Fi’s early adopters used the service over the last 10 months. More than 15% of its early customers used Project Fi phones abroad, and on average all the service’s customers had been using about 1.6 GB of data per month, thus paying around $16 for data.


The data also showed there was a decent amount of public Wi-Fi available across the country: more than 50% of Project Fi customers were connecting to public Wi-Fi hotspots on a weekly basis.


“People across the U.S. can now sign up for service without having to wait in-line for an invite,” said Project Fi’s product manager, Simon Arscott. “While Project Fi is still in its early stages, we’re excited to welcome our next wave of customers and look forward to growing and improving together.”
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I got my sim yesterday, I'll be switching this afternoon.
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I'm tired of it always flipping to Sprint. It appears that there is a preference for Sprint cell network.
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I have Sprint now, so it just means I'll get the same service for cheaper.
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How long does the transfer take? I just activated my Fi sim in my phone and it says my calls and texts may not work and the transfer may take 1-2 business days. Am I SOL with my phone/texts until then?
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Jennifer's transferred immediately once she got her login stuff working to get the number from the old company.
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OK, I got texts coming in now. For some reason I don't have coverage in buildings I used to.
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Make sure to get the Fi Switch app. It allows you to manually switch between the networks. Really does come in handy.
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Got it. Pushed it back to Sprint and I have coverage in this building again
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U.S. Cellular Joins Project Fi As New Network Partner




One of the big announcements to come through from Google last year was the introduction of their own MVNO service, Project Fi, which looked to offer consumers an affordable cellular service with plan prices starting from only $20. What makes Project Fi a little different to other similar MVNO services though, is its ability to not be solely reliant on just one network. Instead, project Fi makes use of both T-Mobile and Sprint networks (as well as Wi-Fi connections) to offer its users a far more reliable level of service. If the signal is better with one carrier in a certain area then Project Fi is able to bounce to that more reliable network. Now, it looks like its ability to bounce to the most reliable service has gotten even better.

Google has today announced that U.S. Cellular is joining Project Fi as a network partner. The announcement from Google notes that U.S. Cellular is “one of the top mobile networks in the U.S.” and draws on the fact that they offer service in as many as 23 states “with 4G LTE coverage for more than 99% of their subscribers.” As a result, when combining the U.S. Cellular network with that of T-Mobile and Sprint, Google is hoping to widen the reliability of its Project Fi service even more, offering those who encounter problems in select urban and rural areas when bouncing between T-Mobile and Sprint, an additional option.

If you are already a Project Fi user then there is very little to do to start making use of the newly added U.S. Cellular network support. The Google announcement notes that the U.S. Cellular coverage will automatically begin rolling out to existing users during the coming weeks. So soon enough you will just be able to make use of the additional network support to find the best signal without even trying. Unfortunately, for those who do not currently own a Project Fi compatible smartphone, the announcement did not provide any details on the widening of the compatibility. Those interested in reading the full blog post or finding out more about Project Fi, can do so by heading through the source link below.
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Google's Project Fi boosts data speeds when traveling abroad

The search giant wants more people to use its experimental wireless service, so it's speeding up international connections and cutting the price of a Nexus 6P, one of the few phones compatible with it


One hassle of traveling out of the country is making sure your phone is ready for the trip too.


Google's experimental wireless carrier, called Project Fi, already works for US users traveling abroad, without requiring them to pay more for international plans. But on Tuesday, the search giant said it wants to sweeten the pot for people using Fi while traveling by revving up international data speeds. (Google still doesn't offer Fi to users based outside the US.)


It's the latest perk rolled out by Project Fi, which has been able to undercut traditional carriers by letting people switch between cellular service and Wi-Fi signals automatically and without dropping a call or disrupting a streaming video. Google uses Project Fi, which runs on the Sprint and T-Mobile networks, to test new models and services that it hopes the greater wireless industry will adopt.



The service costs $20 a month for voice, text, Wi-Fi tethering and international coverage. Each gigabyte of data costs an additional $10 per month. But if you don't use all of the data you bought, Google refunds you for what you didn't use.


Google said only 20 percent of Americans use cellular connections when they travel abroad because the service is so slow, according to a survey the company conducted in June. With Fi's new update, international data speeds will be 10 to 20 times faster, the company said. To strengthen its coverage, Google added has added the international carrier Three to its Fi network.


The company also said it's adding international coverage to more than a dozen new countries, including the Bahamas, Montenegro, and Macao.


There's a big catch for Google Fi. Right now, it only works with a small number of phones designed by Google, including the Nexus 5X and 6P. Sorry, iPhone users, you're out of luck. To try to entice more customers, Google said it will be shaving $150 off the Nexus 6P for the next week when they buy and activate Fi.


Project Fi is an important experiment for Google, but it's just an experiment. Before Fi launched, the company said it doesn't intend to become a full-blown wireless carrier.
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I ended up switching to T Mobile. More data and better service around KC. I do miss the fact that I got signal in more places with Project Fi. Now with US cellular it should be even better.
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Report Suggests Google Could End Up An MVNO In Europe




Ever since its beginning, Project Fi has always been a U.S.-based service, establishing Google’s stateside presence as an MVNO for interested subscribers. Since Google didn’t own their own towers and is not technically a wireless carrier, they provide service based on (at the time) T-Mobile and Sprint’s networks, and now U.S. Cellular, with data roaming in many countries globally. Earlier this month, back on July 12th, to be exact, Google announced that they were boosting speeds of Project Fi internet use internationally so subscribers were able to get even faster speeds than before. Now it appears that Google may be looking to establish itself as an MVNO in Europe, according to a new report that states Google has partnered with Hutchison Whampoa to deliver connectivity to customers of Project Fi outside the U.S.
The details of the report mention that this new partnership is aimed at customers who will need service when traveling throughout Europe, although there isn’t much to be said for specifics of the partnership and what it will include for those who already subscribe to Google’s MVNO service. It is also not stated that Google is preparing to offer Project Fi to European customers, although the partnership is seemingly suggesting a potential for it in the future as this is being referred to as “a step closer” and could be a stepping stone leading in that particular direction. It also is not made clear which countries in Europe the Hutchison partnership includes.

According to Hutchison’s statement, Hue, which is Hutchison’s Mobile Virtual Network Enabler, will be the company providing international data services for Project Fi customers when they’re traveling in Europe. Based on the rumored details, Hue’s involvement as Hutchison’s MVNE could allow them to make deals on behalf of Google to multiple networks throughout Europe, as Hutchison already owns multiple networks in European countries such as Austria, Italy, and Denmark among others which operate under Hutchison’s 3 brand. While Google have not stated that they have plans to bring Project Fi to European customers, it isn’t out of the realm of possibility that the partnership with Hutchison could be a way to see if Project Fi in the region would work.
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Project Fi Intros ‘Group Plan,’ Up to Six People on One Plan





Project Fi now offers a family plan, called Group Plan. With it, up to six people can all be under the same plan, only paying for the data they use. To break it down, access to the plan is $15 a month for new lines (still $20 for the initial line), which comes with unlimited talk and text. Like a standard single plan, each 1GB of data is priced at $10. However, if you don’t use all of your data in a month, the money you paid for that data is credited back to your account.
With the updated Project Fi application, the “manager” of the account can view usage statistics, seeing just who is going through the most data. If someone needs more, you can up the amount or lower it if they don’t need as much. Google’s approach is to make the Group Plan as simple and straightforward as possible.
The manager can also invite new people to join the plan, so long as they have a supported device. Currently, the only devices supported on Fi are the Pixel, Pixel XL, Nexus 6, Nexus 5X, and Nexus 6P.
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Has anyone switched to Fi lately or are still using it? I am curious how the reception is now and if its worth considering as a switch from a grandfathered ATT unlimited data plan?
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